What does it mean for the twenty-first-century church to be defined by the covenant of grace? In Grace and Global Justice, Richard Gibb examines the ramifications of grace for the church’s holistic mission. Gibb explains how the church can, and should, be a voice for justice on behalf of the poor by community of grace.
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- Exploration of what it means for the church to be defined by the covenant of grace
- Examination of the church’s role in social justice
- Foreword by Bruce Milne
- Bibliographical references and indexes
Praise for the Print Edition
An insightful and pertinent analysis.
- Title: Grace and Global Justice
- Author: Richard Gibb
- Publisher: Paternoster
- Publication Date: 2006
- Pages: 266
About Richard Gibb
Richard Gibb is the assistant minister of Charlotte Chapel in Edinburgh, UK.